Franklin's Tower, Minglewood Blues, Row Jimmy, Looks Like Rain, Friend Of The Devil, El Paso, Candyman, Passenger, Deal Samson & Delilah, Ship of Fools, Dancin' In The Streets-> Drums-> Not Fade Away-> Black Peter-> Around & Around, E: Werewolves of London
AUD (Sony 54P's) > MC > DAT > CDR or AUD (Sony 54P's) > MC > C > DAT > CDR; via Raoul Duke; Seeded to etree by Matt Vernon
LineageAUD (Sony 54P's) > MC > DAT > CDR or AUD (Sony 54P's) > MC > C > DAT > CDR
May 10, 2014 Subject:
Okay recording, but a very, very nice Friend of the Devil was played on this particular evening. Great guitar work that would carry over into the first portion of El Paso.
December 12, 2013 Subject:
Franklin's opener and Dancin' were certainly the highlights.
Keith looked like Jerry looked in '83 already.
May 23, 2010 Subject:
who was that masked man
lol....I was there too....and yes we were both on acid and yes they did wear masks on Werewolve's....lol...I was on front rail....brutally hot in the joint....omg.....the best era for the dead in my opinion.....bias I guess...
February 11, 2009 Subject:
My 2nd Dead show
This was my 2nd Dead show. My first was back in November '77 in Rochester and became Dick's Picks Vol. 34. I vaguely recall a wild ride from Geneva (where I was attending Hobart College at the time)to Syracuse for the show. A bunch of my friends and I ended up at one of those greasy spoons pre-concert. It was right out of that skit that was popular on SNL at the time - remember "Coke, no Pepsi?" Anyway, hearing the boys cover the Warren Zevon classic for the first time (Werewolves of London) was worth the price of admission. I recall some of the band members wearing masks (or was I just dose-ing!)
May 8, 2008 Subject:
i've always had the 1st set of this on cassette. not the 2nd. don't know why ....but it did get a lot of airtime ,though. i always loved the 1st set. but it has been years since i've heard it. and set2 looks mighty fun. dl'ing this now ,for tomorrow's 30th anniversary. looking very much forward to celebrating this tomorrow. ya'll should ,too.
August 8, 2005 Subject:
Wait for a better recording
This is a crummy audience and only for those that went and are nostalgic - The show sounds great but this is tough to listen to at first but trust me it grows on you. Dancin crushes it and there is a great space>NFA. Picks up steam as it cruises along and I can see why folks liked this so much.
June 22, 2005 Subject:
MY FIRST DEAD SHOW!
The beginning of my very own "Long strange trip" Thank you so very much! Downloading now...will listen and review later. Please, please, please be as good as the reviews say.
June 16, 2005 Subject:
Never stop rockin
Very nice show! Beautiful Candyman & Looks Like Rain. Donna sounds great, very toned down. Enjoy!
May 1, 2005 Subject:
Fun in the 'Cuse
Just an all around solid time! I remember when they did Werewolves, out came the masks! Nice Franklins! Where's the Boards?????
November 3, 2004 Subject:
At long last!!
This was one of the very first tapes I owned. I haven't downloaded this yet that's why I gave 4 stars and not five. Its been forever since I've heard it. Ship of Fools, Dancin', NFA, Warewolves were all KICKIN! from what I remember. I had a multiple gen. AUD that didn't sound great-I hope this is a little better.
God bless you people at archive.org!
Source: flac16/48kHz ; Cassette Audience Master recorded By Eddie Claridge; Sony ECM 280 Cardioid Condenser Microphones-Stand Mounted-Sony TC 158 Cassette Recorder; Location @ Sound board; Analog to Digital: Dolby B Decoded Cassette Masters played back on Nakamichi Dragon-Sony PCM R-700 DAT (original A-D by J.W.); DAT Master played back on a Sony PCM R-500-Digital Audio Labs Card deluxe-16 bit 48KHz WAV; Editing(Adobe Audition CC)-Mastering & Processing(iZotope Ozone 6)-FLAC encoding(dBpoweramp)-Tagging(Tag & Re-name) by Jim Wise